Travel Blogs from Concord
We woke up somewhat tired and sore from sleeping in our car. We didn’t realize how early the sunrise was and any attempt to find a comfortable position was seemingly impossible. We woke up and got some breakfast at the Comfprt Inn. We drove the rest of Ohio, briefly through Pennsylvania and into New York, here we found Johnson Estate Winery on a random exit we took for gas. We did a wine tasting and tried their ice ...
... and let's not forget the horrific hurricane season of 2004!
This time around, as we start our travels, I will attempt to post our adventures so you can all ask, "Are they nuts?"
Our first stop was Circle 9 Campground in Epsom NH. We call this the "Shake Down Cruise" - old Navy lingo. Getting familiar with the RV and see if we still remember what we're doing.
Our first RV was also a Fleetwood Bounder and we wintered here in 2001 with ...
... charm of its own. I liked it. This is the first capitol we've been in on this trip that didn't have any security gates or metal detectors. I thought it was refreshing. I really like the city of Concord. I could be very happy living here. I think Concord must be just a bit bigger than Olympia, Tumwater, and Lacey. It's kinda hard to tell. The downtown is certainly bigger than downtown Olympia, but without ...
The Travelers checking in again, writing from Manchester, New Hampshire on a cloudy, but comfortable morning. An exceptionally long day on the road Thursday kept us from sending something, but we should be caught up with this email.
On Wednesday, we headed from Niagara Falls through Western New York State, eventually landing at the town where the American writer ...
This was an amazing way to start the walkabout! I had a great time sitting and talking with Dana and his family! We went for a hike in the woods at Andres Institute of Art where we saw some amazing sculptures. It was a beautiful ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility